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Outlook update brings Ignore Conversation feature to iOS and iPadOS

Microsoft has released a new update for its Outlook app for iOS and iPadOS, that includes a new Ignore Conversation feature.

Ignore Conversation has been a feature available on other platforms and today will be available to iOS and iPadOS. Ignore Conversation makes it easier to remove an email from your inbox, a useful feature for company-wide mail, where multiple people use the same account.

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Here is Microsoft’s explanation for the Ignore Conversation feature:

Sick of that company-wide email that everyone is still replying all to? So are we. Stay focused on what’s important by getting it and all future replies out of your inbox and straight into deleted items with our new Ignore Conversation feature.

You can download the latest version of Outlook from the App Store, though the feature is still being rolled out, so if you don’t see the feature immediately don’t worry.

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Microsoft Statement sourced from 9to5Mac

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